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    Fingerprint locking

    Anyone working on a fingerprint lock screen? Is is possible with the given screen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by funken View Post
    Anyone working on a fingerprint lock screen?
    You mean a non-functional one right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backnblack View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by funken View Post
    Anyone working on a fingerprint lock screen?
    You mean a non-functional one right?
    So not possible?
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    If you asking if a real finger print reading lock screen can be made...
    I believe that would be a no.. Nothing I've read says the touch screen can image anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backnblack View Post
    If you asking if a real finger print reading lock screen can be made...
    I believe that would be a no.. Nothing I've read says the touch screen can image anything.
    Kinda figured that.

    However this looks interesting www.biowallet.net. Apparently they are working on an iris scanner and signature recognition.
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    how about hold the camera up to you eye for a iris scan, like a bar code scan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spm View Post
    how about hold the camera up to you eye for a iris scan, like a bar code scan?
    Every time you unlock the phone? Why not a rectal thermometer?
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    Well for the fingerprint scan, no, because fingerprints are made by oil on your finger, and don't have near the amount of heat needed to be recognized by a touch screen.

    Eye scan: I think a camera and the equipment used for that are very different. It would be great if we could have one of these, but that means that our phones would be costing in the thousands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by spm View Post
    how about hold the camera up to you eye for a iris scan, like a bar code scan?
    Every time you unlock the phone? Why not a rectal thermometer?
    pure silly-ness.... but I like it
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    They'd call that an "AssMera", not a Camera.

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